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condition at a hospital in los angeles. this afternoon, the head of the t.s.a. and the widow of officer gerardo hernandez appeared at the airport to remember the first t.s.a. officer ever killed in the line of duty. in los angeles, carter evans begins our coverage. >> reporter: moments ago, federal authorities announced the man who opened fire on t.s.a. officers at l.a. international airport carried with him multiple assault weapon magazines and a message. >> in the note that was handwritten that we found from the defendant that was signed by the defendant, we found a statement where he made a conscious decision to kill multiple t.s.a. employees. >> reporter: late this afternoon, the widow of it, say officer gerardo hernandez spoke about her husband, the first officer in the agency's history to die in the line of duty. >> we are all heartbroken and will miss him dearly. >> reporter: at lax, more than 24 hours after gunfire disrupted thousands of flights, many passengers remain stranded, their belongings still inside the terminal they were fleeing from. >> i just want to go home to hug m
>> tonight, the assault at los angeles international airport. >> all you hear is screaming, chaos and then i ducked down. >> a gunman attacks a security checkpoint. >> right when i heard the shots i looked over my shoulder and he was running towards me saying run. >> at least one officer is dead. many people are injured. we now know the identifying the identity of the killer. a terrorist wanted in the murders of seven cia officers appears to have been killed. margaret brennan on how u.s. intelligence found its revenge. has a tiny american drug company found the solution to the scourge of the meth epidemic. jeff glor shows us how it works. and steve hartman on the road. prisoners who met suellen fried leave prison with a new conviction. >> maybe we're not that bad. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, los >> good evening, this is a special western edition. los angeles international airport is one of the busiest in the world. as many as 175,000 passengers pass through the terminals everyday. on this day at mid-morning
on his face. >> a moment of terror as this man comes face to face with a gunman at los angeles international airport, runs out of the terminal without his shoes on. what we're learning about why the suspect opened fire. >>> bart unions give the official okay to new contracts. what has to happen now before they go into effect. >>> and don't look now. the holiday shopping deals are already out. why retailers are starting now instead of waiting until black friday. good evening, i'm ann notarangelo. >>> just over an hour ago, federal murder charges were filed against the gunman in the shooting at los angeles international airport. tonight witnesses recount the terrifying moments including one man who came face to face with the gunman. >> i went and kind of cowered in a corner and the shooter was just calmly walking down the corridor. he saw me cowering there. he had his gun and he look at me and he said, tsa? and i just shook my head. and he kept going. >> the shooting left one tsa agent dead and five other people including the gunman paul ciancia injured. there are new details on
website kpix 5.com. >> pelley: tonight, could they have stopped the l.a.x. shooter? los angeles police were enroute >> pelley: tonight, could they have stopped the l.a.x. shooter? los angeles police were e enroue to his home before paul ciancia was enroute to the airport. john miller finds out how they he got the gun into the terminal. how did the health care web site duck security requirements? sharyl attkisson has the answer. an n.f.l. lineman quits over locker room harassment. mark strassmann tells us what it was all about. and elaine quijano on the forgotten p.o.w.s. they were captured and held in prison camps, so why did uncle sam turn his back? captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. this is a special western edition. those who know paul ciancia are at a loss to explain friday's rampage at los angeles international airport and his apparent hatred for the t.s.a. today his family apologized. ciancia is accused of shooting a t.s.a. officer to death and wounding two other officers and a passenger. terrified travele
of los angeles at this hour. a man wearing camouflage armed with a semi-automatic weapon opened fire inside an l.a.x. terminal and killed a tsa officer. three or four other tsa employees were injured in the shooting. you can see some emergency personnel down below. rushing people to ambulances outside. they exchanged gunfire. ground stop is in effect for l.a.x. so that means flights from other cities headed to the airport in los angeles are not taking off. let's listen in. there's a press conference going on now. >> the folks here today coordinating are folks who when they hear those gunshots run towards them and save lives. to watch the command work together today is a inspiring. the people of los angeles are in good hands. i want to thank the public for patience and cooperation and ask for that to kin throughout the day. thank you. [ inaudible ] number of fatalities? i don't know yet. the fire department is rectifying all that information. >> can you explain why the fbi is the lead agency? >> this is an airport that has federal jurisdiction. we have assets here on board. it's a un
! >> reporter: hernandez was killed in a shooting rampage at los angeles international airport friday morning. four other people were wounded. a wreath was delivered to l.a.x. saturday where there's a visible police presence in car, on foot and on bicycles. >> we saw a lot of policemen around so i'm feeling good. >> reporter: a blue tarp cordoned off the security checkpoint where authorities say 23-year-old paul ciancia opened fire. the fbi wrapped up its forensic investigation and cleaning crews were brought in to sanitize the area. >> we want to make sure when people walk in that the place is pristine and no evidence of incidents that occurred. >> reporter: terminal 3 is now completely operational but some baggage was left behind during friday's chaos. passengers are encourage to work with their airlines to claim their belongings. ciancia had some baggage of his own. authorities say he was carrying five fully loaded magazines. that's 180 rounds. and more ammunition was found in a bag nearby. police shot ciancia four times. he is recovering in police custody. teri okita, for cbs news, los an
at los angeles international airport. why investigators say the heavily armed gunman chose to target the busy airport terminal. >>> now as he tries to leave the field, he's going to collapse, go to his knees. >> sideline scare. houston texans' head coach gary kubiak collapses during the sunday night football game, the second nfl head coach to be hospitalized over the weekend. >>> and sky diver survival. a midair collision at 12,000 feet forces jumpers to make a life saving decision. >> wings came off, they were on fire, everybody got out safely. rings came off, everybody got out safely. >>> good morning. good to be with you. i'm ann marie green. gunman who opened fire at los angeles international airport has told police he acted alone. paul ciancia told police a friend dropped him off in front of terminal three on friday, he was carrying an assault rifle and five 30-round magazines and in his bag hundreds of more rounds. this morning, he's hospitalized, heavily sedated and under armed guard. theresa garcia reports. >> reporter: scott green was right there and ran for his life when a
saying run. you know run. >> the after math of the shooting at los angeles international airport just ahead the latest on the suspect and the effects of weekend air travel at bay area aiorts. >>> you hear the warnings every halloween. rarely does it actually happen. but a monterey bay area woman has been poisoned this year by trick or treat candy. >>> on the heal of halloween, ski season arrived in the sierra. the tahoe area resort open for skiers and snowboarder. >>> it's 7:00 a.m. on saturday the second of november 2013. good morning i'm mark kelly. >> and i'm anne makovec. but first latest from los angeles airport. investigators are trying to piece together evidence from yesterday's deadly shooting that left a tsa agent dead and two others injured. police are looking into the background of the suspect in custody. edward lawrence joins us live from lax. are things getting back to normal there? >> they're trying to get back to normal here at the airport. terminal three is frozen in time. it's been frozen in time from the moment after the shooting. no one is allowed in. it's considere
authorities. the other person authorities are lookg for. >>> the gunman in the los angeles airport shooting still unable to speak with the authorities. the other person the authorities are looking for. >>> it is now up to the b.a.r.t board of directors to approve the new union contract. why one member says he is not happy. >>> and big changes coming to a major bay area shopping hub. why as many as 100 stores are forced to move out. >>> good evening. it took an act of congress, really, an act of congress to make big plans for an up scale shopping center. we are talking about the plaza that could add up to 3,000 square feet of shopping space. it may be good for the economy but not the shops forced out because of the changes, don? >> reporter: anyone who shops here knows this is a great shopping mall. >> reporter: people are shopping taking little notice of the public hearing signs tied to the lampposts. more on the master plan that will see 300,000 square feet add to the shopping area. that is good news for shoppers. this couple comes here from danville. >> the variety of shops tha
ther. and ran for is life when a shooter opened fire friday los angeles international airport sot: scott greene/passenger (:08- :12)e had his gunned trained downe this and he took two shots. police say it was 23 year o paul ciancia who killed one agent and investigators fo >>> we learned more about the l.a.x. shooting. >> reporter: scoot green was right there when a shooter opened fire friday at los angeles international airport. >> he had the gun down like this and took two shots. >> reporter: 23-year-old paul ciancia who wounded two people and killed a tsa agent. police found a note in his bag saying he wanted to kill multiple tsa agents. but they have not found any incidents where he had trouble with tsa. >> he was a calm passenger. >> reporter: he saw him walk in with an assault rifle. he tuesday could have been worse. >> 100 people under benches around him hiding and so if he really wanted to continue to shoot he could of. i heard he was targeling tsa so maybe he was not looking for regular customers. >> passengers went passed the scenes of the shooting and tsa agent his b
to be with you in the bay area. could they have stopped the l.a.x. shooter? turns out los angeles police were en route to his home before paul ciancia opened fire at the airport. we'll explain why. plus, an nfl lineman has quit over locker room harassment. we'll tell you what that was all about. those stories and the rest of the world news on the cbs world news at 5:30, right after kpix 5 news. ,,,,,,,,,, these are the hands a pediatrician. these are pioneering advances in heart surgery. and these are developing groundbreaking treatments for cancer. they're the hands of the nation's top doctors. kaiser permanente doctors. and though they are all different, they work together on a single mission: saving lives. discover how we are advancing medicine at kp.org join us, and thrive. twitter getting ready to go public this week. but is it worth your money? we hear from investors >>> new at 6:00 tonight, twitter getting ready to go public this week. but is it worth your money? we'll hear from investors, whether they think it's a good, or a bad buy. and how a mysterious disease is turning sea life into
out. >> reporter: but still no sign of palo, an art student studying in los angeles. he came to san francisco october 25th to look into studying at academy of art university. he was only going to stay a couple days, but after meeting someone new he extended his stay. when he called his family in brazil one week ago, anna knew something was terribly wrong. >> he sound terrified, afraid, frightening. >> reporter: anna called san francisco police from brazil, but when they arrived at the scene, no one was there. now police are circulating this, a surveillance shot of a person of interest who used palo's credit card at a mcdonald's in the mission on halloween. anna wants to find that person and plans to stay in san francisco until she has some answers. >> something happened. we are sure about it. but we feel that we are going to find him. >> reporter: in san francisco kristin ayers. kpix5. >> now san francisco police say palo may be in what they call an altered state of mind. if you know anything, police want to hear from you. >>> breaking news out of new jersey where the search is on
: investigators visited ciancia's apartment just outside los angeles and left with his roommate who drove ciancia to the airport but says he had no idea what was going to happen next. authorities say ciancia walked into l.a.x., pulled an assault rifle he hid in two separate pieces of luggage and opened fire. gerardo hernandez, one of the three tsa seats shot, was killed. grigsby worked with hernandez and considered him a dear friend. >> only now it has hit me that i will never see him again. >> reporter: police shot ciancia four times and took him to a nearby hospital. his family released a statement through their lawyer. >> paul is our son and brother. we will continue to love him and care for him. >> reporter: ciancia left a handwritten note inside his bag saying he made the conscious decision to try to kill multiple tsa employees, but people who knew him say they den know why he wanted to target the tsa -- don't know why he wanted to target the tsa. 13-year-old andy lopez's fay uit today, >>> the parents of a santa rosa teen-age are killed by a sheriff's deputy are suing. 13-year-old andy lo
is known for gambling incidents. >>> federal agents are investigating a possible link between a los angeles gunman and a conspiracy theory. meanwhile the tsa officer killed in the attack was honored during an airport ceremony. randy paige of our los angeles stage kcbs has more. >> reporter: the water cannons pointed the way as they carried the national honors flag as it carried to a stop at terminal 4. the flag was flown over the rubble at the world wade center after 9/11 was carried from the music in austin, texas, to l.a.x. in honor of the tsa specialist gerardo ismail hernandez who was shot in terminal 3. >> we lost a great one. i was proud to come to work every day. he worked hard. professional. most portly he was passionate about his job. he loved what he did and showed that each and every day he came to work. >> reporter: the murder of gerardo hernandez has sparked a national debate about security at the tsa checkpoint. some tell us they feel vulnerable in the wake of friday's shooting. >> it's natural for people to be afraid. think in their mind and in talking to officers that, you k
will be sunny and windy, of course, dallas will be sunny, and nothing but sunshine in los angeles. >>> time now for a check of the national forecast. it will be clear from the plains to the eastern seaboard today, and temperatures will begin to rebound. most of the midwest will be sunny and dry, but windy conditions are expected for the great lakes. the south will be mostly dry as well except miami, which could see some showers. scattered showers are forecast for washington and oregon, but california will be warm and sunny. >>> in sports, houston texans' head coach gary kubiak is expected to be back on the sidelines with his team this sunday. kubiak collapsed half time at the texans game two sundays ago. the coach suffered what's called a mini stroke on the sidelines and missed the team's next game. doctors have limited kubiak's work schedule. he says he does not remember collapsing. >>> in college football, northern illinois trying to keep their bcf dreams alive. the 20th ranked huskies feeling the pressure from ball state. the game tied at 27-27 in the fourth quarter. jordan lynch throws a 36
. the meeting took place in los angeles where the president was attending democratic fund-raisers. gerardo hernandez was shot and killed at los angeles international airport earlier this month. mr. obama also met with two officers wounded in the shootings. >>> and earlier, the president spoke about immigration reform during a stop in san francisco. but not everyone in the crowd expressed support for his approach. teresa garcia reports. >> reporter: president obama used his visit to immigrant-rich san francisco to push for immigration reform which is stalled in the house. he said he'll go along with house republicans who want to carve the bill into smaller pieces of legislation. >> this is thanksgiving, yeah, we can carve that bird into multiple pieces. >> reporter: but not everyone in the handpicked crowd behind the president limited their speech to cheers. >> please use it to halt petitions for all 11.5 million undocumented immigrants in this country right now. >> reporter: the heckler and his supporters held the spotlight for the moment, but president obama stopped security from escortin
to los angeles then by 3:30. >>> tonight, hundreds of families are waiting for an answer on how their loved ones die. a case in point, a patient went missing and then was found dead in a stair well. the family has not heard about the cause of death even though it has been seven weeks. there has been a huge backlog. the they discovered 600 cases have been waiting more than three months waiting for a cause of death. 80 of them waiting for a year. >> doctor hart needs to work harder for the citizen of san francisco who are demanding better and faster help than this. it is outrageous. >> he is referring to doctor ann hart. her department is dealing with staffing issues. that is the reason for the delay. >> they got a b.a.r.t board member to admit it today. b.a.r.t and the unions are fighting over a disputed family leave provision that made it into the latest contract. they are threatening legal action and another strike is possible. here is what one b.a.r.t director is saying here on kpix5 sunday news. >> you don't have the right to strike. you have the right to fact finding and --
last year in richmond and in the los angeles county town of almonte. >> this. idea comes from supervisor scott wiener who joins us in the studio. this appears to be part of a national trend. >> i think we are seeing a growing awareness and the evidence that sugary beverages are the direct cause of us fight in diabetes in this country to the point that people born today, one in three will develop diabetes. >> they are going to develop that from genetically predisposed, diet, a number of things. why sugar? >> there's growing scientific evidence that sugary beverages in particular are a leading cause of the spike in type two diabetes. it has to do with the way that sugary beverages are absorbed into the body. it's very different than even sugar in it. sugary beverages are a direct cause. >> might seem a little odd these days for sugar to join the list of big bad things like liquor or tobacco. how do you think this will go on? >> we of the town of scientific evidence that sugary beverages in particular are a major public-health problem, so it's like tobacco was. >> so it is simila
the suspect. >>> reporter: chaos at los angeles international airport friday morning where a gunman opened fire at a security checkpoint in terminal 3. >> i just saw the gun and i was just terrified and like everybody else was. we're all just on the ground. >> reporter: this is believed to be the gunman, 23-year-old paul ciancia, who was ultimately shot by police and is now in custody. >> this individual was shooting as he went into the terminal. the officers didn't -- i repeat, they didn't hesitate. they went after this individual and they confronted this individual. >> reporter: police say ciancia shot several tsa employees. one of them a behavior detection officer died. >> unfortunately we were unable to revive a heartbeat, and he expired from severe gunshot wounds to his chest and to his abdomen. >> reporter: sources tell cbs news anti-government and antitsa writings were found in ciancia's bag. officials say he sent a text message to his family in new jersey today threatening to kill himself. the airport terminal was evacuated but some passengers who were unable to get out crammed int
on the heels of the shootings at los angeles international. the nfl asks whether locker room harassment is out of control. mark strassmann on the lineman who called it quits. do testosterone supplements lead to heart attacks? dr. jon lapook on the results of a new study. and his honor the mayor confesses to less than honorable conduct. he just says this about crack cocaine? >> have i tried it? probably in one of my drunken stupors. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. has it come to this-- has gunfire in public places become so ordinary? twice in a week, young men have stormed into buildings and started shooting-- last friday at the airport in los angeles, last night at a mall in new jersey. there, the only person killed was the shooter. but we were struck by how the mall's employees and shoppers reacted. elaine quijano is in new jersey. >> reporter: it took six hours for police to locate richard shoop. he was found dead in the basement from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. kevin shoop is his older brother. >> my brother intended
you. >>> in los angeles, some are arguing that the gunman that opened fires last week at the l.a. airport could have been shot, as there were armed guards outside the security area. police say the gunman did not raise suspicions when he entered the shooter. alleged shooter, paul chiantia looked like a normal person. >> tony grigsby can barely walk after surviving friday's shootings at the airport. police say 23-year-old paul ciancia shot him. investigators visited his apartment just outside los angeles and left with his roommate who drove ciancia to the airport but had no idea what was going to happen next. authorities say ciancia walked into l.a.x., pulled an assault rifle he hit in two separate pieces of luggage and opened fire. gerardo hernandez was killed, a tsa agent. grigsby worked with him and considered him a dear friend. >> only now it has hit me i will never see him again. >> reporter: police shot ciancia four times an took him to a nearby hospital. they released a statement through the lawyer. >> paul is our son and brother. we will continue to love and care for him.
. in los angeles, home to the largest filipino population in the united states, a call to prayer. and call to action. >> we need to get the nation. >> reporter: at this church a fund-raiser was already planned to help with the earthquake in the filipino nation. now they have a long ways to go. >> they're a third world country so they don't have the things we here in the united states have. >> for many the typhoon affects family members back in the philippines. >> my uncle and mother were talking to their cousins and the last they heard was on friday. the only news they said is that one of my other uncles' houses was completely gone, completely destroyed. >> the storm impacted at least 2 million people and forced some 800,000 evacuations. the area has left devastation, leaving those cut off. >> if our families are okay, i think about those whose lives have been altered dramatically because of this. >> now, even the most basic supplies are needed, things like soap and toothbrushes and canned goods. the biggest challenge for relief workers will be getting to the areas that have been hardest h
" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. two weeks after a gunman opened fire at los angeles international airport questions are being raised this evening about the police response and whether a critically wounded t.s.a. officer might have been saved. the union representing the airport police is suggesting that an l.a.p.d. cop delayed medical aid by erroneously reporting that the officer was already dead. senior correspondent john miller is the former head of counter- terrorism at the l.a.p.d. and he's been looking into this. john, what have you learned? >> reporter: what we learned tonight, scott, is that the l.a.p.d. says it will launch an investigation into the allegations by the airport police union. the union is charging that fire at ®i6hpwm., police say 23- year-old paul ciancia opened fire on t.s.a. officer gerardo hernandez at the bottom of an escalator leading to the t.s.a. checkpoint in terminal three. the shooting ended about five minutes later when airport police shot the gunman four times deep inside the terminal. according to the airport police union in the midst of the chao
are californians. ben tracy is in our los angeles newsroom. ben? >> reporter: scott, there are more than 5.5 million people in california that are uninsured, the largest in the country. it was always expected that california would enroll the most people in obamacare. california was also the first state to set up a health care exchange and got hundreds of millions of dollars in federal funding to build the system that is now known as covered california. now, the goal here in the golden state is to enroll up to 700,000 people in private health plans by april 1. so far, 35,000 people have signed up, so at the current pace, it would take more than a year and a half to reach that goal. however, today the head of covered california did say those enrollments are picking up. he said since november 1, 2000 people a day are signing up and that is double the pace of october. >> pelley: been, thanks very much. now back to the technical problems with healthcare.gov. some of the administration's top computer experts appeared today before a house committee that was demanding to know what went wrong. nanc
in dallas. los angeles, showers as well, 65 the high. >>> in sports with millions of dollars in salary and his career hanging in the balance, alex rodriguez stormed out of a grievance hearing on his suspension for allegedly using performance-enhancing drugs. the new york yankees star was enraged that major league baseball commissioner bud selig was not called to testify. rodriguez is trying to overturn the 211-game ban. after leaving in the middle of the hearing, rodriguez went on a new york sports radio station. he denied using p.e.d.s and obstructing baseball's investigation and said selig has a personal vendetta against him. >> 100% is personal. i think it's about his legacy and it's about my legacy. and he's trying to destroy me. by the way, he's retiring in 2014 and to put me on his big mantel on the way out, that's a helluva trophy. >> rodriguez said selig has never testified in the history of the drug history. rodriguez was scheduled to testify on friday. he said he will not return to the hearings. >>> in other baseball news the texas rangers and detroit tigers have agreed to a
in miami. rain in chicago. same goes for dallas. los angeles, cloudy with a high of 68. >>> well, today the nation pauses to remember a dark day in its history. 50 years ago president john f. kennedy was shot and killed as his motorcade traveled through dealey plaza in dallas. this is how it looked when walter cronkite reported it on cbs. >> from dallas, texas, the flash apparently official. president kennedy died at 1:00 p.m. central standard time, 2:00 eastern standard time, some 38 minutes ago. vice president johnson has left the hospital in dallas, but we do not know to where he has proceeded. presumably he will be taking the oath of office shortly and will become the 36th president of the united states. >> thousands will gather at dealey plaza this morning for a solemn ceremony. >>> in boston, the jfk library opens an exhibit of never-before displayed items from kennedy's funeral. and at the white house president obama meets with volunteer from the peace corps, a program kennedy created. >>> vinita nair is in dallas with a story of a woman who was at dealey plaza a half a century a
. >> reporter: lesley and jeff grosvenor bought this two- bedroom condominium near los angeles in 2009. they paid $535,000. by 2012, it was worth just $413,000, a 23% drop. they were underwater, meaning their house was worth less than their mortgage. as the market started to fall, how concerned were you? >> very concerned. we had spent our life savings on the down payment, and we just thought, you know, what if-- what if we can't turn this around? >> reporter: home prices in the los angeles area are now surging, up more than 20% in the past year. the grosvenors are about to sell their condo for $610,000, a $75,000 profit. >> it's helping us towards our down payment for our next house. sure, we would have liked more but it's a good start. >> reporter: california has seen the largest drop in the number of underwater mortgages. nevada, texas, and minnesota are also having strong recoveries. >> since peak, we pulled about five million home owners out of negative equity and more than three million in the past year alone. >> reporter: the grosvenors just had a baby. now that they can move th
a role in the water levels. there are also federally mandated water delivery contracts for los angeles and santa clara counties and to farmers in the central valley. >>> i love the sunshine but we need the rain. one of the driest stretches since 1849. it's going to be sunny all the way to the coastline. patchy fog inland 40s and 50s. by the afternoon these temperatures going to be running above the average, sunshine and about 72 degrees in san jose. about 72 in santa clara. 73 in morgan hill. those temperatures moving well into the 70s into the east bay and some of these temperatures as much as 10 degrees above the average. 68 degrees and sunny in san francisco. and we should see about 67 degrees in sausalito and no rain in sight, guys, at least for now. that's the latest. back to you. >>> anne makovec is live over at uc mission bay in san francisco where we are expecting another round of protests against new uc president janet napolitano. anne, napolitano will come face to face, i guess, with those protestors later today. >> reporter: that's true. and you can see outside the meeting
and in chicago. partly sunny in dallas but clouds in los angeles. and time now for a check of the national forecast. the weather shouldn't be a problem if you're planning on hitting the stores for those black friday specials. it will be dry and chilly in the northeast and midwest. in the south it will be dry and slightly warmer. there could be light showers in southern california and rain in the northwest. >>> in sports a crazy game between the pittsburgh steelers and the baltimore ravens. check out this kickoff return. the ravens' jacoby jones is flying down the sidelines. he could score, but he has to avoid steelers coach mike tomlin and gets tackled. then with just over a minute left, kraushing blow. le'veon gets hammered. ravens pull this one out barely, 22-20. >>> and a wild first play. the cowboys' terrance williams fumbles the kickoff return and the ravens craig jenkins runs it in for a td. tony romo had another good night tossing for 200 yards. cowboys tame the raiders, 31-24. >>> and in detroit it was like the packers were dreaming of turkey because they got the stuffing knocked o
flight out of los angeles canceled. other than that, there were no major problems. >>> all right, parts the bay area will be blustery tonight. roberto gonzalez is here with the wind advisory. >> you remember this time last week we were talking about the wind virid for sunday and we all remember well how that panned out. very gusty winds. look at the blue highlighted areas. this is where you live, you do have a wind advisory in effect right now until monday at 7:00 a.m. most of this does encompass these areas. look at the clock as it ticks on by, right now san rafael up to 30 miles per hour wind gusts. 19 tomorrow morning early in pleasanton, but 38 at vaca and a lot of these winds were dialed back during the afternoon hours, but increase sunday night. we'll talk about the possibility of downed power lines and high fire danger ann, coming up later in the news craft. >> thank you roberta, crime is up in and around uc berkeley. brian webb found out students are paying more attention to safety. >> reporter: crime on berkeley's campus is up this year, way up, and students are talking. >>
eight millimeter in those days. >> schieffer: and you were out in los angeles with "life" magazine you heard about this, your bosses told to you get to dallas. how did you find out about this film? >> we saw it on the ap ticker which is the way we got news before the internet. got the news, called new york, they said how fast can you get to dallas. within an hour, four of us were on a plane. back then no tsa, you could run for a plane almost taxiing out and get on which is what we did. we landed in dallas not long after air force one went back to washington with the president's body. >> schieffer: and when did you learn of this film? >> about two hours later i was in a hotel, our stringer, part-time correspondent called me say she had heard from a fellow reporter wood heard from a come from blah, blah, blah. that a businessman had been in the plaza with a movie camera. i said, holy cow. what is his name i don't know how to spell it but i can pronounce it $apruder i looked in the phone book, never been in called before. there was zapruder, comma, abraham. i called that number finally
wounded in the los angeles airport shootings are now out of the hospital. one of them tony grigsby, spoke to reporters yesterday. he says he was trying to help an elderly man get to safety when the gunshot him twice in the foot. he was friends with gerardo hernandez, the tsa officer who was killed. >> only now it has hit me that i would never see him again. >> the third wounded person' passenger needs more surgery and physical therapy but is in good condition. the fbi revisited paul ciancia's apartment yesterday. they left with one of his roommates, who drove him to the airport. investigators say there's no indication the roommate knew of ciancia's plans. >>> 4:33. the parents of a teenager fatally shot by a sonoma county sheriff's deputy are taking legal action now. the family of andy lopez filed a federal lawsuit yesterday against the county and deputy erick gelhaus. the suit says the shooting was reckless and a violation of civil rights. the deputy opened fire after andy lopez refused orders to drop a fake weapon. >> we are going to prove through our investigation and our lawsuit that
. the hidden exceptions behind the pricy extended warranties. ,, ,, ,, los angeles international airport. "nats of bag pipes" it started with a plane carg a national hon >>> a ceremony to honor the tsa agent killed last week at a shooting at los angeles international airport. [ bagpipes ] >> it started with a plane carrying a national honors flag arriving at l.a.x. greeted with a double water cannon salute. the flag then made its way through the terminal with a police escort. gerardo hernandez was the first tsa agent killed in the line of duty. >>> three letters on a high school sweatshirt could be putting the students in serious danger. the senior class at elk grove high designed this sweatshirt. they went with the roman numerals part class of 2014. 14 also happens to be a number associated with a latino gang that has a strong presence in northern california. police are warning the students about wearing those sweatshirts and school administrators say the design was not intentional. >> you wear that on the street you're going to get your [ censored ] kicked. >> it was vetted by a number of peo
ball could be from a meteor shower. it was. this brief video, watch closely, shot north of los angeles in the san fernando valley. see that bright glowing ball falling toward earth and disapeerg. that was a meteor, foeks. that shoir actually continues right here in the bay area through the weekend. of note, this particular meteor shower doesn't produce that many meteors, but many have a history of being bright and we saw that in southern california, arizona and nevada earlier. we'll talk about if rain shoirs are in our forecast in a few minutes. >>> this na code breaker said he tried to break the scandal, but the fbi pointed a gun at him. >>> the secret party tunnels buried under california now in danger of being destroyed. we're back in 80 seconds. over the next 40 years the united states population is going to grow by over 90 million people, and almost all that growth is going to be in cities. what's the healthiest and best way for them to grow so that they really become cauldrons of prosperity and cities of opportunity? what we have found is that if that family is moved into safe, c
be from a meteor shower. it was. this brief video, watch closely, shot north of los angeles in the san fernando valley. see that bright glowing ball falling toward earth and disapeerg. that was a meteor, foeks. that shoir actually continues right here in the bay area through the weekend. of note, this particular meteor shower doesn't produce that many meteors, but many have a history of being bright and we saw that in southern california, arizona and nevada earlier. we'll talk about if rain shoirs are in our forecast in a few minutes. >>> this na code breaker said he tried to break the scandal, but the fbi pointed a gun at him. >>> the secre,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, he tried to expose governme spying on everyday americana ells mary >>> long before edward snow den, a former n sa code breaker says he tried to expose government spieg on everyday americans a decade ago. he tells our sister station in baltimore no one would listen, then one day the fbi showed up and pointed a gun at him. >> after 9/11, william and a small team created a computer program constantly scanning data from cell phones an
and los angeles and new york and most of the country by next year. the deal is likely to boost the financially ailing postal service. >>> and it's estimated that the number of smartphones in use worldwide will triple by the year 2019. ericsson the swedish telecom network company forecasts 5.6 billion smartphones will be in use by the next six years. smartphones account between 25% and 30% of current mobile phone subscriptions but make up 35% of new sales. >>> gun violence in movies rated pg-13 is on the rise. the ohio state university and the university of pennsylvania found it's reached a point where it sometimes exceeds the gun violence in movies with an "r" rating. critics have complained that too much emphasis was put on sexuality, not enough on violence. anne-marie. >> alexis christoforous at the new york stock exchange, thank you, alexis. >>> coming up in sports now, the miami dolphins owner breaks his silence on hazing allegations involving his players. while the team takes the field for the first time since the scandal erupted. this is the "cbs morning news." give me a
out. bill whitaker, cbs news, los angeles. >>> hawaii is about to become the latest state to allow same-sex marriage. later today the bill will be signed. the state senate passed the bill yesterday. it will allow same-sex couples to get married in hawaii beginning december 2nd. it's estimated same-sex marriage will boost hawaiian tourism by $217 million over the next three years. another 14 states and the district of colombia have already approved same-sex marriage. >>> and now to the affordable care act. president obama is being pushed to live up to his promise about americans being able to keep their current insurance from a surprising source. former president bill clinton. the bungled obama care rollout has sent the president's approval rating to its lowest level since he took office. just 39% of those questioned in a quinnipiac university poll approve of how mr. obama is handling the job. 43% believe the affordable health care act will make health care worse. susan mcginnis is in washington. susan, good morning. >> anne-marie, good morning. the president is under increased pres
museum and the concert hall in los angeles. she died yesterday at her california home following complications from a fall. diane disney miller was 79 years old, and, anne-marie, quite a legacy her family leaves behind. >> indeed. alexis christoforous at the new york stock exchange. thank you, alexis. >>> straight ahead, your wednesday morning weather. >>> plus, in sports, golf becomes a contact sport for a hall of famer. >>> and later a high-tech fitting room that helps shoppers find the perfect size. fitting room that helps shoppers find the perfect size. but with copd making it hard to breathe, i thought those days might be over. so my doctor prescribed symbicort. it helps significantly improve my lung function starting within five minutes. symbicort doesn't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden symptoms. with symbicort, today i'm breathing better. and that means...fish on! symbicort is for copd including chronic bronchitis and emphysema. it should not be taken more than twice a day. symbicort may increase your risk of lung infections, osteoporosis, and some eye problems. tell y
the >> pelley: late today, the los angeles county coroner released its findings in the death of gerardo hernandez, a t.s.a. officer shot in that attack on los angeles international airport. the l.a. police had started an investigation into whether hernandez had been allowed to bleed to death in the 30 minutes before he was evacuated but tonight the coroner's report found that hernandez died within two to five minutes of being shot. we'll be right back. and that relief could be in your hand. for many, nexium helps relieve heartburn symptoms from acid reflux disease. find out how you can save at purplepill.com. there is risk of bone fracture and low magnesium levels. side effects may include headache, abdominal pain, and diarrhea. if you have persistent diarrhea, contact your doctor right away. other serious stomach conditions may exist. avoid if you take clopidogrel. for many, relief is at hand. ask your doctor about nexium. imany cold medicines may raisee your blood pressure. that's why there's coricidin hbp it relieves cold symptoms without raising blood pressure. so look for powerful
. >>> president obama made a stop at dreamworks studios in los angeles before leaving california today. he met with actor jim parsons from the big bang theory and comedian steve martin. he thanked the entertainment industry for in his worsd shaping a world of culture. >>> a bomb shell tonight from one of hollywood's biggest hit makers. brittany hopper on how a top producer became an israeli intelligence ajent. >> he's one of hollywood's biggest producers, but was he leading a double life? >> he's very mistierous exotic figure in hollywood. >> for 20 years, one of the most powerful movie producers in hollywood, born in israel, says he was also a leading israeli intelligence ajent. in a new interview broadcast in israel, a reporter asks about a 1983 instance where he reportedly used actor richard dreyfus to help shet up a meeting between an american nuclear scientist and israeli officials. he says everybody wants to meet a star, and that's how the meeting happened. a-list actor such as ben afflec and robert deniro heard the rumors but say they didn't care. >> i remember some point i had asked ab
could soon be in short supply. yesterday a judge in los angeles ordered the company that makes the popular condiment to partially shut down its factory. neighbors in the city of irwindale complained about heartburn, asthma and even nosebleeds caused by the spicy odor. >>> a tiny book went for a big price at auction on tuesday. "the bay psalm book" sold for $14.2 million, a record for a book, dating back to the 1640s. it's believed to be the first book printed in what is now the u.s. buyer david rubenstein plans to lend it to libraries around the country. >>> and the most serious shoppers are getting ready for black friday. in michigan, a little snow can't stop those looking for deals. at best buy, the traditional start of the holiday shopping begins earlier this year with many stores open on thursday. so those shoppers won't have to spend another night out in the cold. anne-marie? >> and meanwhile, i'll be heading to my computer and clicking away where it's warm. marlie hall at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot. >>> straight ahead, your wednesday morning weather. and wh
of the high-speed rail line being planned from san francisco to los angeles. >> for the peninsula and the silicon valley, this is our bart. we depend on it. we need it. you couldn't drive in this area. we would have total congestion without it. >> reporter: but now a judge has put the brakes on high- speed rail citing concerns that the current plan is not the same package of promises that was sold to voters. and that in turn has put the brakes on much of the high- speed rail money and left caltrans' electricification plans very much in doubt. >> at this point, without identifying any other funding source, i don't know how electricification would go forward. >> reporter: and it's not just caltrain. bart and san francisco's central subway project will also taking a big hit. >> the court determines we have to go to plan b. >> reporter: do you have any idea what plan b is? >> it may be to go back to the voters. i don't know -- certainly not very popular at this point. >> reporter: and i'm not sure when it would be popular. remember that this was supposed to not only be a transportati
-marie green. well, a hostage standoff in the los angeles area is over this morning after the gunman surrendered. the hostages, the suspect's girlfriend and her 14-year-old daughter, are safe. the standoff began nine hours earlier with a wild exchange of gunfire. police had gone to the home on wednesday to respond to a domestic disturbance. they say the man began firing before officers got to the front door. >> obviously they walked into a situation that they couldn't have predicted as we do in this business, and fortunately for all involved, they came out of it relatively okay. >> one officer was shot, but his bulletproof vest stopped the bullet. he's in stable condition. another officer was treated for minor injuries and released. >>> and the busiest travel day of the holiday weekend was smoother than expected. the big east coast storm forced about 300 flights to be canceled on wednesday, but that's a tiny fraction of the 32,000 flights across the country. wind-driven rain made for a wet getaway for drivers on the busy i-95 corridor, and parts of upstate new york got up to 9 inches
players heats up. why both players are now in los angeles. >>> plus, it's a giant. the most powerful, most capable, and most expensive aircraft carrier in history. today it gets a name. the "uss gerald r. ford." >> and turning the light on spider-man. the troubles that very nearly sank a broadway hit. all that and much more on "cbs this morning saturday", saturday, november 9th, 2013. captioning funded by cbs >>> and welcome to the weekend. we also have some great guests here in studio in studio 57 this morning including will chef here to perform songs from the great est album. >> and the chef. we'll find out what's behind the seemingly simple italian staple. >> but first this morning's top story, now what's typhoon haiyan, it's now in the south china sea heading toward vietnam and china. the storm raced across the philippines with winds at 147 miles an hour and gusts at 170 when it made landfall. at least 100 deaths are blamed on the storm. thankfully it's losing some of its strength. seth doane has the latest from beijing. good morning. >> good morning, anthony.
of plan b to get to los angeles. >> is found out our flight was canceled so we are just going to drive down to -- we were going to l.a. for a wedding. we are going to drive to l.a. as fast as we can hopefully without too many speeding tickets. >> reporter: doug jakel is the sfo spanning. even though his police force is amped up on a day like today, he says tsa hasn't increased its security. >> we'll stay in touch with them should there be any decisions on changes to security procedures. thus far there haven't been any. >> reporter: 100 flights take off from l.a.x. to sfo every day meaning when l.a.x. sneezes, sfo can easily catch a cold. southwest and virgin airlines got hardest hit. we found many disappointed passengers like antoine peron, who was supposed to fly to l.a.x. and vacation with friends. >> supposed to be 1:15, my flight was canceled and we were rescheduled to 3:35. >> reporter: these friends switched airports to get in earlier. >> so we took a ticket to southwest that flies into orange county. >> right now, all of the airlines that operate between sfo and l.a.x. can expec
, 2013. twice in los angeles, flights are operating normally at los angeles airport after the shootings, it left a tsa agent dead and several others injured. we get the latest now from carter evans. >> when paul opened fire in terminal three, he was carried a handwritten note, fbi special agent david bowdag. e. >> we found a statement where he made a conscious decision to kill multiple tsa employees. >> he was dropped off at the airport and then shot gerardo hernandez point blank. he is the first tsa officer ever killed in the line of duty. even as he sprayed bullets from his assault bullet rifle throughout the, few were injured, airport police chief -- >> we were so lucky. >> in all honesty this could have been much, much worse. >> in his hometown of pen field, new jersey many are asking why. but so far there are no answers. >> josh pagan was a former neighbor. >> he was a friendly guy and there had to be something horrific to go on for him to do something like that. >> he is charged with murder ago federal officer while on duty and could face the death penalty, and authorities are say
in honor of gerardo hernandez, the tsa officer killed on duty in los angeles on friday. the suspect in the shooting, 23-year-old paul ciancia, is reportedly elling it police he acted alone. he has been charged with murder and committing violence at an international airport. kpix 5's cat he is at the airport this morning. >> reporter: officials are asking, as you mentioned, passengers to be on heightened alert. and we are also learning that security as well is on heightened alert. a law enforcement official tells the "associated press" shooting suspect paul ciancia is heavily sedated as armed guards keep watch over him. police charged the 23-year-old in friday's deadly shooting at los angeles international airport. officers shot ciancia four times to end the shooting rampage. but before the suspect was taken to the hospital an official says he told them he acted alone. >> he had the gun down like this. but passenger scott green witnessed the shooting. he was among more than 100 people who ran for their lives. >> it didn't make sense to me. i thought, you know, well, that guy had a gu
shower north of los angeles in the san fernando valley you can see the bright glowing ball appear. it broke up into three parts and had a grown glow to it. it's believed to be part of the torrid meteor shower. there could be more to come. so keep your eyes to the skies. cloudy now with 40s and 50s at this hour. by the afternoon, we'll see a mix of sun and clouds again. temperatures mid-70s inland. much cooler temperatures toward the coastline into the 50s. cloudy skiesants ridge weakens a bit. temperatures coming down a few degrees today. you're going to see more clouds and looks like a cooling trend through the weekend. traveling out of sfo today, some partly cloudy skies no delays expected there just yet. looks like by the afternoon about 66 degrees and still some lingering clouds. if you are traveling around the country, we are expecting some showers into new york. that could cause some problems. plenty of sunshine at 68 degrees in houston. 59 partly cloudy in denver and a cool 48 and partly cloudy in chicago. well, it looks like around the bay today we'll see a mix of sun and
heads to his next event in los angeles. reporting live in san francisco, kpix 5. >>> once again air force one is due in at 10:30 this morning. the president will deliver his remarks at the betty ung center about an hour later and head to the fundraiser at the sf jazz center and be back in the air and on his way to los angeles by 3:30. a woman jumped at the colosseum and another fan tried to break her fall, this morning both are injured and in the hospital happened after yesterdays raider/titan game and kpix 5 joins us live from the colosseum with the very latest. good morning, kent. >> reporter: good morning, frank. deputies say without a doubt 100% the good samaritan saved this waps life and if he did not do that she would very likely be dead this morning. the incident happened after the game when the woman climbed off into a closed off section of 301. that was blocked off and covered in tarps. the good samaritan plead with the woman over and over again saying don't do it . the standoff was brief, she jumped and fell 45 feet and the good samaritan actually tried to catch her and br
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